Hotel Molino Del Rey
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... for us and me and Gerardo a vegeterian quite cheesy lasagna for Betos and friend.
Again Couchsurfing Rocks.I swear I don't work for them.
Time to go again.
Dopo i giorni di tranquilla follia a San Miguel,si arriva alla bellissima Guanajuato.
Piena di salite bestiali su scale tra il ripido e il "se starnutisci un po' piu' forte ti fai un bel volo di decine di metri stile Omer Sinpson",non si puo' non ammirare la bellezza delle case colorate quando si ...
... found out that they would be sleeping in a room with guys and called ISE to make them change the room. Otherwise, they would have driven 10h to pick up their kids. ISE didn’t want that trouble and followed suit. This is something I will address in another post, the influence of parents in Mexico.
Well, after that was sorted, we started a tour to the best sites of Guanajuato. At first, we were offloaded at a candy shop that sold local sweets and other stuff. I got to try ...
... amazing to view this colourful town across the valley.No breakfast or cafe here so thankfully I can make coffee with the great little water boiler coil I bought at REI in Seattle. Just need to buy a cup in town.A quick settle in and off we walk into the town armed with a map of the sites. It is completely no surprise why this is a UNESCO site, it is simply so picturesque and easymto wander in the cobblestoned streets . Nestled in a valley means there are winding and ...
... to start, Aly moved our table (literally) to a place where we could see the dancing. At this point it was just Meredith, Zoe, and I, and we enjoyed mocking the dancers. It really wasn't salsa dancing in the traditional sense of the word. It was interesting, but we enjoyed ourselves. :)
After the show we kept an eye on the downstairs and as soon as we saw an open table we claimed it! It was a pretty entertaining night, and I got to ...
... I already knew the basic story, but it was a nice refresher. Last year I mentioned Pipila, a very possibly fictional character, who was the hero of the uprising. There's a huge statue of him on a hill here and you can see him from just about everywhere. Anyway, if you remember, Guanajuato has lots of tunnels that are left over from silver mining. Well, I learned from reading the bottom of a map from 100's of years ago that, at least at ...